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pregnant her husband was killed in afghanistan. this ad just disgusts me. so many military overseas are fighting for this country. and our children need to be taken care of. >> that puts a false premise it is not daniel versus cuts. our country spends so much on programs we don't need. >> first thing i want to say is, i'm sorry for your loss. everyone here is sorry for your loss. and we understand what you are going through. >> what kind of country that we are in such a situation that you can throw a baby anybody's baby up and say without government this baby is going to be in a terrible situation? that's a horrible place for our country. >> sean get. >> sean: questions. i think we hit a lot of good points. i too echo your sentiment we are sorry for this woman's loss. very quick questions. show of hands, would anybody vote for a politician that said they would raise taxes and spend more money, yes or no? >> who would vote for a candidate who would raise taxes? only one out of 27. >> sean: and spend more money? >> who would vote for a candidate who wants to spend more money? separate
afghanistan. he didn't listen to general petraeus. he didn't listen to admiral mullen. they have again on record as saying it was more aggressive than they thought. common sense says, you don't reduce your force by a third and announce it to your enemy in order to fulfill some political promise. what kind of foreign experience do you need to listen to your experts in order to be able to make the right decision? >> sean: you came under fire early in the campaign. i never saw you mad before. you got sick and tired of answering the question about muslims in your administration. >> yes. >> sean: a reporter asked you again and you off on him a little. tell us your real position and what happened? >> throughout my business career i've always hired the best people, irrespective of race, irrespective of relidge john of sexual orientation, irrespective of ethnicity. i've always done that. i have an a record of that. i've never not hired somebody based on some discriminatory factor. what i've asked is are you commit today the mission of the company? in this case are you committed to the mission
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